Jessica Biel spent the weekend in San Diego with her Total Recall costars at Comic-Con and delivered a knockout look on the red carpet. Jessica went for a cream top and sleek white skirt combo, and we like how she mixed these two light shades together. Her Joe's Mya tee has a structural, peplum hem that creates a feminine shape and pairs well with her white Mugler pencil skirt. Jessica's Summer white look serves at the perfect canvas for some statement-making hot-pink shoes by Brian Atwood. Watch today's Fab Flash to hear more! On Allison McNamara: Topshop blouse, H&M sweater.
The cast of Breaking Bad attended Comic-Con for the first time together to speak at a panel and premiere the first episode of the show's fifth and final season. Hear the stars share what they'll miss most about their characters and find out who was behind the hilarious costumes they wore at the convention in today's PopSugar Rush.
Since Doctor Who's first appearance at Comic-Con last year, its stateside popularity has continued to grow, making it one of the most sought-after panels at the convention. It's difficult to even take a few steps without spotting a costume inspired by the show. From our interviews with the cast — Matt Smith, Arthur Darvill, and Karen Gillan, along with executive producers Caroline Skinner and Steven Moffat — and the Hall H panel, find out what you can expect from season seven (the last with the Ponds!) and the answers to some of the series' long-burning questions.
- Daleks, daleks, daleks — The extermination crew is back with a major vengeance in season seven's first episode. Expect Daleks bigger than we've ever seen and loads more than have ever fit on the screen before.
- Saloon tussles — We knew the TARDIS journeyed to the American Old West this season, but the cowboys aren't so keen on the new folks in town. An extended teaser in Hall H showed the Doctor getting into an old-fashioned saloon brawl (toothpick in mouth and all) for his alien ways.
- Dinosaurs on a spaceship — No signs of a Samuel L. Jackson cameo, but an upcoming episode clip showed the Doctor and his "gang" — which includes a lovestruck Nefertiti and a turn-of-the century game hunter played by Sherlock's Rupert Graves — crisscross the far past and future to end up greeted by dinosaurs rushing toward them on a contained spaceship. Think of the Jurassic Park crossover potential!
- All in the family — We know Amy Pond was sent to years of therapy as a child for her nonstop talk of a man in a blue box, but as an adult, she's never shown any hint that her or Rory's families are aware of their children's universe-trotting ways. Get ready for an appearance by Mr. Brian Williams (Rory's dad) as he is accidentally scooped aboard the TARDIS and into an adventure.
- Big Apple tragedy — Here's what you need to know about the Ponds' final episode as the Doctor's companions: it's the fifth episode of the season, it's set in New York, Weeping Angels are involved, and you will need many tissues nearby for their emotional departure.
Keep reading for more news from Doctor Who at Comic-Con, including who knows the answer to the show's one persistent question.
It's time to say goodbye to this year's Comic-Con, but before we go, we're bringing you the biggest highlights from the weekend with one final recap. Watch as BuzzSugar editors Becky Kirsch and Shannon Vestal give insider scoop from inside the panels for The Vampire Diaries and True Blood, where vampire sex and stripteases were major topics, and get the latest on Tony Stark's love life in Iron Man 3 — sounds like we may be seeing more of Gwyneth Paltrow! It's all in this episode of The Buzz, and in case you missed it, be sure to check out our other recaps from day one and day two of Comic-Con.
Norman Reedus and Steven Yeun of The Walking Dead came out to support fellow AMC show Breaking Bad at its Comic-Con premiere, and we chatted with both of the guys on the red carpet. Listen in as they talk about the best — and worst — thing about filming the hit zombie series, and who they think will be the last man standing when all the other characters are killed off.
If you watched The Walking Dead season two finale, then you already know about one of the most exciting things to come in the series: Michonne. The samurai-sword-wielding heroine joins the cast in season three and is sure to become a fan favorite. We grabbed a quick moment with actress Danai Gurira who plays her at Breaking Bad's Comic-Con premiere, where she shared the best part about joining the show so far: slaying zombies, of course.
Zach Roerig of The Vampire Diaries celebrated his first Comic-Con this year by attending Saturday's panel for the show, and afterward, he stopped by Entertainment Weekly's party to chat with us about his excitement! Listen in as he talks about the conference, but more importantly, what we can expect in season four, including Matt's relationship with Elena and what the very first episode will entail.
As creator of the most well-known Marvel Comics superheroes, Stan Lee continues to be an indispensable part of the comic-book scene. So much so that he's unofficially a required cameo in the film adaptations of the Marvel characters he helped bring to life. Like staying until after the movie's credits for a superhero Easter egg, spotting a costumed Stan mingling with the Hollywood stars has become necessary viewing for fans. In the tradition of his Fantastic Four superhero team, read on for our four favorite Stan Lee cameos.
It's the final day of Comic-Con, and we've got a seriously fun mix of Summer style to pore over. The Breaking Dawn Part 2 cast kicked off the four-day-long convention on Wednesday night at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego — there, Ashley Greene wore a ladylike head-to-toe Oscar de la Renta look, and Nikki Reed opted for an edgier take on cocktail dressing via a gold Etro number. On Thursday night, Kristen Stewart also got in on the fun, donning her signature brand of devil-may-care cool in the form of a Fluxus cropped top, bright BCBG skirt, and Barbara Bui boots. Factor in Michelle Williams's playfully printed Giulietta dress and fuchsia-hued Giuseppe Zanotti heels, Nina Dobrev's embellished Jenny Packham red minidress, and Jessica Biel's slick all-white Thierry Mugler outfit and neon pink Brian Atwood pumps, and we've certainly witnessed a strong style showing from Comic-Con's A-list set. Click through to see every look now.
The True Blood panel at Comic-Con is always a fun one, because we get to see new footage, the cast loves joking around, and well, it's an eye candy party. For this year's panel, Joe Manganiello, Alexander Skarsgard, Stephen Moyer, Sam Trammell, and Christopher Meloni showed up and looked hot, as did their female costars, Rutina Wesley, Deborah Ann Woll, Kristin Bauer, and Anna Paquin. Anna was glowing with her growing baby bump. The cast and creator Alan Ball (who is departing after this season) gave some details about the rest of season five, and they even got around to talking about Fifty Shades of Grey and Magic Mike — and we saw some hot moves from some of the panelists. Read on for the highlights.
- We saw a preview of the remainder of the season, with lots of juicy tidbits. The most interesting things I saw were a very alive-looking Luna, a flash of Godric, Sookie trying to get rid of her fairy powers through a ritual that would make her forget Eric and Bill, and Sookie and Bill hooking up again.
- For the rest of season five, Ball teased that we will see three more romances, but he wouldn't say who they're between. He was more forthcoming about sex scenes, saying we'll get some "very hot sex scenes," and some "wacky, what-the-f*ck sex scenes. All tastes will be satisfied." We definitely know one of those participants will be Alcide, because Manganiello declared, "I sexually eviscerate one of the other cast members." I assume it's Sookie, but really, I don't care who Alcide gets it on with, as long as we see Alcide get it on!
- Skarsgard was asked how he felt about his name being tossed around for Fifty Shades of Grey, and Skarsgard said, "I gotta read that book." While he mentioned that he hadn't seen a script either, Moyer wisecracked, "He's just lived the life."
- New castmember Meloni talked about the differences between True Blood and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, cracking that "trying to figure out what's a sex crime on this show is very difficult." It sounds like he's having fun, though, because he said that he loved his recent scene in which he stakes a child vampire because it was so shocking. "It's pretty much the one thing I wanted to do." If he was going to be a vampire, he said, "I was like, 'You gotta let me stake someone.'"
Read the rest of the highlights, including the Magic Mike-inspired strip show after the jump.